MEDA is hiring! Are you in?
Are you looking to put your heart and mind to work? Then join MEDA in keeping San Francisco’s Mission a neighborhood of opportunity!
MEDA is at the vanguard of innovative community development work, from affordable housing and a small-business loan fund CDFI to financial education and running the largest VITA free tax program in the Bay Area. Our organization is also the lead agency of the Mission Promise Neighborhood, an education initiative. Added to all of this is policy & advocacy work to affect change on a larger scale.
Our community-based organization is generating impact in the low-income Latino immigrant community of San Francisco’s Mission District … and beyond.
MEDA’s work is innovative and being replicated, gaining local and national recognition.
Now — more than ever– MEDA is seeking socially conscious staff looking to make immediate impact. So, if your mission, vision and values align with ours, we invite you to join us!
Adelante Fund Director
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Adelante Fund is responsible for the leadership, management, and growth of MEDA’s nascent CDFI. The Director of Adelante Fund manages a diverse and growing small business loan portfolio and is tasked with building on the CDFI’s first two years of lending success to expand into other products and lines of business that are relevant to the Mission community, including innovative real estate, workforce, and consumer financing tools.
Director, Mission Promise Neighborhood
MEDA is seeking an effective, results-oriented, and dynamic leader who is passionate about education, social justice and community economic development to serve as Director for the Mission Promise Neighborhood (MPN) initiative. Reporting to MEDA’s Executive Director, the Director will focus on overseeing key aspects of this highly collaborative and broad neighborhood-wide effort, with primary responsibility for fundraising for sustainability, facilitating the participation and engagement of 20 community-based partner organizations, maintaining strong and trusting relationships with school, school district, and civic leaders, managing staff, and ensuring that programmatic outcomes and deliverables are met.
Financial Capability Coach
The Financial Capability Coach will be responsible for working with low- and moderate- income San Francisco households, focusing predominantly on the Latino community to increase financial capability education and provide financial coaching services.
Housing Opportunities Coach
The Housing Opportunities Coach will be responsible for working with low- and moderate- income San Francisco households, focusing predominantly on the Latino community to help them navigate through the homeownership and below-market rate rental process, and helping families develop long-term financial plans.
K – 12 Education Manager – Mission Promise Neighborhood
The Education Manager supports and facilitates collaborative initiatives between the SFUSD, MPN target schools, and community partners in order to ensure that students and their families have access to the resources they need for academic success. The Manager will be responsible for ensuring that Promise Neighborhood partners achieve programmatic goals, improve their contribution according to agreed upon performance measures and collective results, and meet contract deliverables.
Policy and Organizing Director
The Policy and Organizing Director (POD) will be responsible for both developing and monitoring public policies which affect families living in the Mission District and working with a team of volunteer leaders and staff to develop strategies and grass roots efforts to support needed policy changes.
The Program Evaluator will play a critical role in organizational efforts to meet outcomes specified by the organization and its funders, with special attention to the Mission Promise Neighborhood. The Evaluator will help lead the development and implementation of a robust and rigorous performance improvement and information management system that evaluates program performance and trains and empowers staff.
Workforce Technology Coordinator
Reporting to the Workforce Development Program Manager, the Workforce Technology Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating technology-based training for adults from the ages of 18 and older within MEDA’s workforce program. This position will support the design, development, and implementation of the technology-based workforce development-training program (Mission Techies) serving Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act eligible program participants.